Issue 46: The Man Who Should be President?
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“Call New York the literary capital of America at a book party in New York, and watch people roll their eyes at your grasp of the self-evident. Brag up Southern writers in the South—at a literary gathering, a barbecue joint, a gas station, anywhere? Expect gleeful hoots of agreement.” — Mark Winegardner, “Fighting Words”
Essays by Duncan Murrell, Mark Winegardner, John T. Edge, Annie Wedekind, Laura Wilcox, and more. Photography by Naomi Harris. Fiction by Chris Bachelder. Poetry by Benjamin Pryor.